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14 - Directors of LARPD
 

 

Here comes the Livermore Area Recreation and Park District. The first car is driven by General Manager Tim Barry, the second by Board President Dave Hutchinson. In the cars I see Board members (Bob Coomber, Beth Wilson, Maryalice Faltings, and Steve Goodman.) LARPD operates The Robert Livermore Community Center, ESS School Aged Childcare, Sycamore Grove Park, and all of the neighborhood parks, swimming pools and sports fields, local trails and the Robertson Park rodeo grounds. You can get a brochure listing all their fun activities at the Community Center on East Avenue or check it out online at LARPD.org.

 

 


#15 - Alameda County Fire Truck/ Scott Haggerty, County Supervisor

Here we have Scott Haggerty, Vice President of the Alameda County Board of Supervisors, riding on an Alameda County fire truck. Currently in his 5th term, Scott represents District 1 which includes Livermore. Supervisor Haggerty continues to play an important role in 4H, the Agriculture Community, and land-use planning issues. Scott, along with his family and staff, deeply appreciates your continued support and they wish you all a fun and safe weekend at this year's Livermore Rodeo.

 

 


#17 - Mike & Kelly Pattern, Matched Pair
 

 

Joining us today from Dixon, California, is the father-anddaughter team of Mike & Kelly Patten. They're riding their beautiful Belgian horses "Paladin" and "Serra Bella". They're participating in the Match Pair Class for the CSHA championship competition. These gentle giants are beautiful to watch and can certainly do more than pull a wagon.

 


 


#18 - Merced County Sheriff's Posse
 

 

The Merced County Sheriff's Posse is a Sterling Silver Mounted Group, and is participating today as part of the CSHA Parade Championship Competition. The posse was organized in 1948 and in 2012 was selected to participate in the "Tournament of Roses" parade honoring Roy Rogers. The Merced County Sheriff's Posse has won many first place awards and sweepstakes including this year's "Almond Blossom Parade" in Ripon. The officers are Captain Mike Mendes, First Lieutenant Paul Danbom, Second Lieutenant Laurette Locke, and Trail Master Adam Azevedo.

 


 


#19 - Livermore Rotary Club President
 

 

This 1964 Ford Galaxy 500, owned and restored by Rotarian Ed Coats, with a custom paint job in the original "Pagoda green," by Rotarian JR Romero of Tri Valley Auto Body, is carrying this year’s Livermore Rotary President, Phillip Dean. Phil is a veteran of the Air Force and a retired biophysicist. He worked for over 32 years for the University of California at the Los Alamos National Lab in New Mexico, and the Lawrence Livermore National Lab here in Livermore. He joined Rotary in 1993 and has held several leadership positions in our Club, and in Rotary District 5170.


 

#20 - Eric Swalwell for Congress

Here we have our Congressman, Eric Swalwell. He proudly serves the residents of Dublin, San Ramon, Pleasanton, Livermore, Castro Valley, Union City, Hayward, and Fremont. He is committed to bringing new energy and new ideas to Washington.


 

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